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Old 01-10-2017, 03:25 AM
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Thanks Paul, how can we find the hyperlink fieldcodes when Toc is not showing hyperlink filedcode on the display?
because if we toggle it. it directly shows the text not the hyperlink fieldcode so i cannot replace it without it is shown on display. I mean what could be the work around for the Note that you have put in your previous post.
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As I said, you can't. Moreover, I don't see much point, since Word will put the spaces back in the TOC links anyway.
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